Mancos students’ posters will compete for state prize

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Mancos students’ posters will compete for state prize

Mancos Conservation District and the Montezuma School to Farm Project sponsor “Healthy Soils are Full of Life” poster contest for Mancos Elementary fifth grade class
The Mancos Elementary fifth-grade class awaits the ribbon pinning for the “Healthy Soils are Full of Life” poster contest.
Madison Archuleta, first-place winner in the poster contest, is awarded her ribbon by Ben Wolcott, a member of the Mancos Conservation District board.
Kaitlynn Kay Bain, the third-place winner in the poster contest, is awarded her ribbon by Ben Wolcott, a member of the Mancos Conservation District Board.
Madison Archuleta’s poster, which won first place in the “Healthy Soils are Full of Life” contest.
Adeline Kearns’ poster, which won second place in the contest at the Mancos Public Library.
Kaitlynn Kay Bain’s poster, which won third place in the “Healthy Soils are Full of Life” contest.

Mancos students’ posters will compete for state prize

The Mancos Elementary fifth-grade class awaits the ribbon pinning for the “Healthy Soils are Full of Life” poster contest.
Madison Archuleta, first-place winner in the poster contest, is awarded her ribbon by Ben Wolcott, a member of the Mancos Conservation District board.
Kaitlynn Kay Bain, the third-place winner in the poster contest, is awarded her ribbon by Ben Wolcott, a member of the Mancos Conservation District Board.
Madison Archuleta’s poster, which won first place in the “Healthy Soils are Full of Life” contest.
Adeline Kearns’ poster, which won second place in the contest at the Mancos Public Library.
Kaitlynn Kay Bain’s poster, which won third place in the “Healthy Soils are Full of Life” contest.
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